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Changes to grep/manual/grep.html,v

From: Jim Meyering
Subject: Changes to grep/manual/grep.html,v
Date: Wed, 04 Jul 2012 16:36:26 +0000

CVSROOT:        /webcvs/grep
Module name:    grep
Changes by:     Jim Meyering <meyering> 12/07/04 16:36:26

Index: grep.html
RCS file: /webcvs/grep/grep/manual/grep.html,v
retrieving revision 1.11
retrieving revision 1.12
diff -u -b -r1.11 -r1.12
--- grep.html   24 Apr 2012 08:03:49 -0000      1.11
+++ grep.html   4 Jul 2012 16:36:20 -0000       1.12
@@ -1,8 +1,8 @@
 <html lang="en">
-<title>GNU Grep 2.12</title>
+<title>GNU Grep 2.13</title>
 <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html">
-<meta name="description" content="GNU Grep 2.12">
+<meta name="description" content="GNU Grep 2.13">
 <meta name="generator" content="makeinfo 4.13">
 <link title="Top" rel="top" href="#Top">
 <link href=""; rel="generator-home" 
title="Texinfo Homepage">
@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@
-<h1 class="settitle">GNU Grep 2.12</h1>
+<h1 class="settitle">GNU Grep 2.13</h1>
    <div class="contents">
 <h2>Table of Contents</h2>
@@ -91,7 +91,7 @@
 <p><samp><span class="command">grep</span></samp> prints lines that contain a 
match for a pattern.
-   <p>This manual is for version 2.12 of GNU Grep.
+   <p>This manual is for version 2.13 of GNU Grep.
    <p>This manual is for <samp><span class="command">grep</span></samp>, a 
pattern matching engine.
@@ -298,7 +298,7 @@
 green byte offsets, cyan separators, and default terminal colors otherwise. 
 The deprecated environment variable <samp><span 
class="env">GREP_COLOR</span></samp> is still supported,
 but its setting does not have priority;
-it defaults to `01;31' (bold red)
+it defaults to &lsquo;<samp><span class="samp">01;31</span></samp>&rsquo; 
(bold red)
 which only covers the color for matched text. 
 <var>WHEN</var> is &lsquo;<samp><span class="samp">never</span></samp>&rsquo;, 
&lsquo;<samp><span class="samp">always</span></samp>&rsquo;, or 
&lsquo;<samp><span class="samp">auto</span></samp>&rsquo;.
@@ -520,7 +520,8 @@
 <dt><samp><span class="option">-a</span></samp><dt><samp><span 
class="option">--text</span></samp><dd><a name="index-g_t_002da-92"></a><a 
name="index-binary-files-95"></a>Process a binary file as if it were text;
 this is equivalent to the &lsquo;<samp><span 
class="samp">--binary-files=text</span></samp>&rsquo; option.
-     <br><dt><samp><span 
name="index-binary-files-97"></a>If the first few bytes of a file indicate that 
the file contains binary data,
+     <br><dt><samp><span 
name="index-binary-files-97"></a>If a file's allocation metadata or its first 
few bytes
+indicate that the file contains binary data,
 assume that the file is of type <var>type</var>. 
 By default, <var>type</var> is &lsquo;<samp><span 
 and <samp><span class="command">grep</span></samp> normally outputs either
@@ -615,8 +616,8 @@
      <br><dt><samp><span class="option">-U</span></samp><dt><samp><span 
class="option">--binary</span></samp><dd><a name="index-g_t_002dU-130"></a><a 
name="index-binary-files_002c-MS_002dDOS_002fMS_002dWindows-133"></a>Treat the 
file(s) as binary. 
 By default, under MS-DOS and MS-Windows,
-<samp><span class="command">grep</span></samp> guesses the file type
-by looking at the contents of the first 32kB read from the file. 
+<samp><span class="command">grep</span></samp> guesses whether a file is text 
or binary
+as described for the <samp><span class="option">--binary-files</span></samp> 
 If <samp><span class="command">grep</span></samp> decides the file is a text 
 it strips the <code>CR</code> characters from the original file contents
 (to make regular expressions with <code>^</code> and <code>$</code> work 

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